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I thought the sex was overdone. It was not germaine to the story in my opinion. I love a book when the characters are well-developed and the sexual scenes leave you to your imagination. I am not interested in continuing on with the series. I'm not sorry I tried the book on the 3 for 2 credits.I do recommend you either use headphones or if listening in your car... make sure your windows are rolled up. Nothing worse than sitting at a red light when the story goes into great detail on a sex scene and your windows are down. Might have made someone's day though!
Yap, loved the story. But I did start with the Chronicles of Nick.
I don't care what anyone else think's, although I'm probably different in that I read the "Chronicles of Nick." first before starting the DH book's. But i truly did like ever thing!
While this is not one of what I would consider my top series, it did keep my interest and I will give the next one in the series a chance. Right now, I would consider this series a good fill in until the next books in my top series come out.
The story is amazing and kept my interest the entire way...
Only heard this reader do this series and I loved her...very easy to follow...
The entire book moved me...always love the endings...
It had all the qualities I wanted: Paranormal world, love story, lovable H/h, fulfilling HEA, and humor to keep the seriousness of a dangerous story light enough to enjoy.
She would do anything to give him back his soul.
I have just read the Nick Chronicles and really liked those stories, and thought that this was a continuation of that series. It is, but in a very different genre, it is suddenly an awkwardly done romance novel. A character making out right after meeting, with a high frequency of “bulge” conversation and very staged encounters. It isn't a believable romance, and really that isn't my cup of tea anyways, I guess the title should have clued me in, but coming off her other series I wasn't thinking along those lines. I only got through a first part, but I do think it is a shame; I liked this world she created in the other series.
Not really. It was hard to get interested in the story or the characters.
Yes. Another series may be along the lines of my interest.
/////it might have been beneficial to have two narrators for the main characters--one male, one female.
Different characters, different circumstances.
Amanda because her strength resonates with me
I can't wait for the next
I loved it and plan to continue to buy Sherrilyn' books
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This was horrible. I could live with the silly plot if it wasn't for the horrible narration.
It wasn't interesting. I have read other stories by her and I thought I would like this, but it seemed to be lacking any excitement.
I wouldn't mind listening to Carrington read a regular romance novel if it didn't involve creating accents. Her accents are absolutely horrible, unbelievable, and ridiculous! Almost every female has an exaggerated
I like a good sex scene as much as the next romance reader, but it was the same one over and over. And it seemed as if was used as filler to make a short, uninteresting story drag out to fill a book.
I don't think I can listen to anymore Sherrilyn Kenyon books if they are this uninteresting and the narration is this horrible.
I enjoyed the story, but could not stand narrator's voices for characters, especially female voices. The main female character sounds so whiny. it is the same in the sacond books. Eventhough narrator could immitage accents, I would rather if narator did not use any accents at all because, for some reason, it took away from the story.